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, it was a sequitur. i like to be analytic about this. compare him to eliot spitzer and former south carolina gov. mark sanford, who are doing well. number one, make sure you get that all out. make sure it is all out at the beginning. went forand spitzer jobs that are lower than the ones they held. weiner wanted to continue to be mayor. the last part is, there is a statute of limitations. it is about the five years which others have observed. two years is not enough. >> i have to agree with charles about the point on the lower jaw. the latest poll on eliot spitzer, he is doing quite well. advice toion the anthony weiner to get it all out. this is a man that does not need to be encouraged in that direction, certainly. the new york times called his behavior serially evasive. >> i call it seriously sicko. when mark tells me he was in the in-out treatment -- in-house treatment for three days when you are caught for this sort of thing, you will not do it for a little while, but it appears he never stopped. we are not talking about a three-week overlap. we are talking about more than a year and probabl
to election night, eliot spitzer is denying rumors it's own between him and his wife but "the new york post" says he's done. >> and human error is still a factor when something goes wrong with a flight. we'll look at the deadly crash in san francisco. [ chainsaw buzzing ] humans. sometimes, life trips us up. sometimes, we trip ourselves up. and although the mistakes may seem to just keep coming at you, so do the solutions. like multi-policy discounts from liberty mutual insurance. save up to 10% just for combining your auto and home insurance. call liberty mutual insurance at... to speak with an insurance expert and ask about all the personalized savings available for when you get married, move into a new house, or add a car to your policy. personalized coverage and savings -- all the things humans need to make our world a little less imperfect. call... and ask about all the ways you could save. liberty mutual insurance -- responsibility. what's your policy? >>> welcome back to "the lead." in political news, we all watched in an uncomfortable usa when huma abedin once again found her husban
against eliot spitzer. we want to hear from you. tweet us at piers morgan live. i want to start with the rebranding of the royals. tonight we learned the name of the newborn son of prince william and kate. he's prince george alexander louis of cambridge. joining me now is victoria. we saw royals 2.0 yesterday, drive themselves away, very accessible with the crowd, we understand there is no nanny at home, one housekeeper. are we seeing something in the name that says this is new age of royals. >> we are seeing william put a stamp on how he intends to move forward. these are traditional family names but not all associated with familiar royals so that way he's giving his child his own identity. yes, there have been six previous king georges, charles' middle name is george. there are lots of george references but alexander, three kings of scotland named alexander and that's where kate and he met. william and his father charles, baton was charles's most beloved grand uncle assassinated in 1979, which was devastating. so to see louie included was a personal touch for charles. >> i was
's in trouble. and eliot spitzer won't stand behind him and hillary clinton breaking bread with joe biden this morning one day after her lunch and meeting with president obama. what does all of this mean for 2016? president obama saying he will fight to protect the right to vote as north carolina preps to invocket the voting rights act. a? that's a great choice. let me show you some faucets to go along with that. with the latest styles and guaranteed low prices, you can turn the bath you have into the bath you want. good choice. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. right now, this abbey vanity combo is a special buy. just $299. thto fight chronic. osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of su
involved and exposed. we talk about whether anthony weiner and eliot spitzer can redeem themselves and reclaim their careers, we don't think in the same terms about whether the women involved in their indiscretions get a chance to rebuild their own lives. my next guest has a runique perspective. she went through the whole new york city tabloids a year ago, after writing a piece about having been a sex worker. that piece caused her to lose her job as a teacher in the bronx. joining me, melissa petro. >> thanks for having me. >> you wrote this piece on "huffington post q." you were at time a teacher. >> i had been a tenured teacher. i had three years at the school where i taught and at that time i published an article in the "huffington post" in defense of the rights and dignity of sex workers in which i used my first-person experience to support the narrative claim that not all sex workers were victims of pimps or under control of traffickers because i hadn't, that was that story. and some days later, weeks later actually, i was front page news. >> literally front page news. >> corr
star attraction. we're going to take a deep dive into it all this morning with eliot spitzer's opponent for city comptroller. he'll be here. president obama makes a pivot again to jobs. his midwest tour comes on the same day as a brand-new poll shows complete discut gust for washington. president obama and congress. find out what else the public has to say about ways going on there and the economy and even race relations. iowa conservative steve king's latest rift on immigration is called by some inexcusable. some going a step further, calling his language hateful. >> hi, ya'll. >> good morning. >> we're the teachers of government with the riley institute. >> for furman university. >> in greenville, south carolina. >> it's wednesday, july 24th. >> this is "the daily rundown." >> and here's chuck todd. >> teachers here in d.c. for the week. keep those greetings coming. go to rundown.msnbc.com to find out how to do it. it was an unbelievable press conference and yet it was not that shocking, was it? if you thought this year's new york city campaign season with the attempted comebacks of f
of a different kind, eliot spitzer. republicans have made it clear they can't get more people to vote for them, they're going to make sure fewer people have a chance to vote for democrats. aren't they something? a meeting at the white house today was designed to stop republicans from doing just that. >>> and the latest shot in the republicans' civil war between the ascendant tea party types and the shrinking moderate wing. this weekend, rand paul met mimicked chris christie as paul put it, for saying as pull put it, gimme, gimme, gimme all my hurricane sandy money now. he's playing with fire. let me finish tonight with the meeting taking place between israeli and palestinian officials right here in the american capital. it's really happening. final status of negotiations. who could have believed? this is "hardball." the place for politics. find chinese restaurant. that's awesome! i know, voice activated and great gas mileage. so much better than choosing voice activated or great gas mileage. that'd be like eating sweet or sour chicken. oh grrrlg what is this?! sour chicken... it's good, right?
, they are livid with weiner personally because they care about huma. eliot spitzer trying to resurrect his own career after his own sex scandal is turning his back on weiner. >> you're not going to vote for anthony weiner. you don't think he should shall mayor of new york. >> fair point. that is correct. >> iminterested in what pundits say and other politicians but not that much. >> reporter: despite all he continues campaigning across the city and finding supporters at every stop. voters in queens with a little mandarin. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: making it clear he's fighting for every vote he can get. rosa flores, cnn, new york. >> under way meanwhile, in san diego, dueling efforts to get the mayor out of office. two people have launched recall campaigns and are fighting with one another over who has the right to organize the vote. mayor bob filner under fire after seven women came forward to accuse him of sexual harassment and plans to attend intensive therapy starting next week but so far resisted calls to step down. >>> a controversial new series of abortion restriction
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to look at scrambled politics. you know you're in hot political water when even eliot spitzer says he would fire you, that's what's happening to anthony weiner and calls for him to exit the run for city mayor. >> we've had a number of years where municipal lawyers have used computers for the like for improper circumstances and there's appropriate sanctions for that and there should be. >> the bad news for weiner doesn't stop there. after once leading the democratic primary he dropped to fourth in the latest quinnipiac voters, nearly half say he should drop out. >>> vice president biden is inviting hillary clinton over for a little chat. the two will meet for breakfast at the vice president's residence. >>> north carolina governor has signed sweeping abortion restrictions into law, tighter regulations on state clinics, it's a 180 for the republican government who as candidate pledged to not approve any new abortion restrictions. >>> the senate has confirmed a bush justice official for the fbi. james comey was confirmed as fbi director. >>> a trip to north korea by jimmy carter on monda
, the people of new york have said enough is enough. even eliot spitzer last night on hardball said he was not going to vote for anthony weiner for mayor. but the most absurd thing is they're really using this as you point out to attack hillary and to tie anthony weiner to bill and hillary clinton. there is no connection. he was never part of the -- he -- he's the guy that did this. she didn't. he was never part of the hillary clinton or bill clinton group. never worked with them. was never close to them. his wife happened to have worked for hillary. that's the only possible connection. but they keep bringing -- and the reporters keep asking about bill and hillary clinton. only because they're trying to knock down hillary clinton for 2016. because they know if she runs, they can never beat her in 2016. >> their entire crop of stories about clinton's trying to distance themselves from huma and weiner and clinton aides, very worried about could this damage hillary. you know, i think huma, a close aide to hillary, widely profiled in a lot of magazines, prominent, how will this reflect on
new york governor eliot spitzer resigning from office in 2008 just 48 hours after it was revealed he had been using a high priced prostitution service as governor and attorney general. he exited the public stage keeping a relatively low profile for a few years. now spitz ser is seeking is the to return to public life as the new york city comptroller, perhaps not less visible. responsible for auditing the city's finances and evaluating performpses of city agencies. here's a clip from his campaign ad. look, i failed. big-time. i hurt a lot of people. when you dig yourself a hole, you either lie in it for the rest of your life or do something positive. make sure your money does what it is supposed to do. make sure the wall street companies play by the rules. keep in mind where the negative noise is coming from, maybe being hated by the wall street firms isn't such a terrible thing. everyone deserves a fair shot. i'm asking voters to give the same to me. >> the man once known as the sheriff of wall street for his tough prosecutions looked into the camera, you saw it just there asking vot
issue here. last night on "hardball," eliot spitzer is running for comptroller. i won't ask you whether you endorse him or not. >> i have not. i'm offering >> eliot spitzer madenous talking about anthony weiner today. let's watch. i think he gets to a question i want you to answer. >> a public official used their office equipment to engage in the kind you have pasttime that will anthony weiner has been involved in in the last couple years, would you fire them? >> i think the answer is yes. we have had a number of instances over the years where of course, municipal employees, state employees have used computers and the like for improper purposes and there is as appropriate sanction for that. >> you're not going to vote for anthony weiner. you don't think he should be mayor of 0 new york? >> fair point. that is correct. >> he should not be mayor of new york. >> that is correct. >> get back to you, madam speaker. the first part of that question, if you walked in the room and saw an employee doing what mr. wiener has been doing relentlessly perhaps up till now, would you fire them? >> absol
. last night on "hardball," eliot spitzer who is running for comptroller -- i won't ask you whether you have endorsed him not. >> i'm not pushing. >> i'm offering. >> eliot spitzer made news about anthony weiner. >> a public official used their office equipment to engage in the kind of pastime anthony weiner has been involved in the last couple of years, would you fire him? >> i think the answer is yes. we have had a number of instances over the years where inevitably of course municipal employers, state employees have used computers and the like for inappropriate purposes and there is a sanction for that. >> you don't think he should be mayor of new york? >> fair point that is correct. >> he should not be mayor of new york? >> that is correct. >> okay. get back to i don't, madam speaker. and the question to you is the first part of that question. if you walked in the room and saw an employee doing what mr. weiner has been doing relentlessly perhaps right up until now, we don't know. >> right. >> would you fire them? >> absolutely. it's a total inappropriate and unacceptable use of in t
and maggie. >>> coming up, republicans are trying to use the scandals involving weiner, eliot spitzer, and san diego mayor bob filner to argue it's the democrats waging war on women out there. when it comes to policy questions, this war is very one-sided. first the gop at war with itself. ted cruz going after fellow republicans for shot supporting a government shutdown over obama care. he's a political terrorist on this one. >>> and weiner's sexting scandal has been very good for the tabloid business and late night medians. >>> finally, i'm going to talk about cruz, paul, and lee. and this is "hardball," thths. la's known definitely for its traffic, congestion, for it's smog. but there are a lot of people that do ride the bus. and now that the busses are running on natural gas, they don't throw out as much pollution to the earth. so i feel good. i feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment. >>> now to the delightful stuff. would john mccain actually go maverick on his own party if faced with a rand paul versus hillary clinton presidential matchup? mccain told the new repu
are we going this monday morning, we're down 15526. and anthony weiner, eliot spitzer. san diego mayor bob fill ner, all of them suspects, involved in sex scandals. are the suspects really the party for women. and after the break, a conservative tells us why women should turn their back on the democrats. and oh, did you miss this over the weekend? >> i don't quite understand how you would feel you would have the moral authority as the head administrator in this city to oversee employees when your standard of contact is so much lower than the standard of conduct that's expected. >> are you not voting for me? >> i certainly understand that, but i want to let-- i want to let her people make the decision for themselves. >> i understand that, but you didn't answer the question. >> listen, you basically stated that's your position. my position-- >> my question to you? >> let me just answer the question, let me just answer the question. ♪ (announcer) scottrade knows our clients trade and invest their own way. with scottrade's smart tex i can quickly understand my charts, and spend more time
didn't end after his resignation, but will it end his political career? both weiner and eliot spitzer went from rising political stars to tabloid staples. now they both want another shot. >> the public is going to give me a fair hearing. >>> the yankees third baseman alex rodriguez has admitted to doping in the past. now he faces a scandal that threatens ending his career: cheating. it's why lance armstrong was stripped of his seven tour de france titles. his response of his former sponsorship by the postal service? armstrong says he should have known he was doping. >>> and more lies alleged on wall street. the government is going after one of wall street's big dogs, indicting billionaire steve cohen's hedge fund, with wire fraud. >> joining me now, cnn's political couple, margaret hoover. we have seen weiner's wife stand by herman. he falls from the top spot favored for mayor. he plunged to the 30%. is he going to get a third chance? >> this is only a democratic primary we're talking about and he only has to be in the top two. now he's in a statistical dead heat for the number 2 spot
scandals, eliot spitzer, has a message for the former congressman. >>> the pope goes where no pope has gone before him, his surprising statement on gays and the role of women in the church and a controversial call in the red sox/rays game and looks like the ump blew it but did the sox get redemption later in the game? this is "way too early." >>> hey everybody, good morning i'm thomas roberts in for brian shackman. we start with seven people who are in the hospital after a propane plant exploded last night in florida. this fire began in the filling area at the blue rhino blaplant tavares near orlando. there were 15,000 propane cylinders like you use on your gas grill. the tanks caught fire one after the other. >> that's wild. >> it's amazing to watch. for hours, 15 employees were missing but they were eventually found, said to be doing okay. emergency responders say there's no longer any danger. the flames burned late into the night. >>> new this morning north carolina's governor signed a law with new requirements on abortions, the law requires doctors have admitting privileges at hospitals
, this one from "the daily news," where eliot spitzer calls weiner a bad problem. you know this has become a circus. >> when eliot spitzer is criticizing -- >> he's running for comptroller, too. >> susan saulny, thank you for your reporting. we appreciate it. >>> a lot of other news. and as always, for a look at the overnight headlines, we turn to mr. ron claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. a decision could come on the case of bradley manning, allegedly leaking classified documents to wikileaks. now, the military court judge has started deliberations. they will continue through the weekend. a verdict could come at any time. manning facing 21 charges and could get life in prison if he is convicted. >>> and a new bid by the u.s. to persuade russia to return edward snowden to the united states. a letter to russian leaders, attorney general eric holder said the u.s. will not seek the death penalty against him and could not torture him. in an effort to undercut his grounds for political asylum in russia. snowden has been holed up in a moscow airport after leaking details of an nsa surveillanc
eliot spitzer is criticizing -- >> he's running for comptroller, too. >> exactly. new york city is going to be an interesting place for the next couple months. susan saulny, thank you for your reporting. we appreciate it. >>> a lot of other news overnight. and as always, for a look at the overnight headlines, we turn to mr. ron claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. a decision could come as soon as today on the fate of bradley manning, for allegedly leaking classified documents to wikileaks. lawyers on both sides gave their closing arguments on friday. now, the military court judge has started deliberations. they will continue through the weekend. a verdict could come at any time. manning facing 21 charges and could get life in prison if he is convicted. >>> and a new bid by the u.s. to persuade russia to return edward snowden to the united states. in a letter to russian leaders, attorney general eric holder said the u.s. will not seek the death penalty against him and would not torture him if he is sent back. in an effort to undercut his grounds for political asylum in russia. snowden ha
hardball last night. the former new york governor eliot spitzer said that anthony weiner does not deserve to be mayor of new york city. >> eliot spitzer had his own sex scandal involving high-priced hookers and is running himself to be new york city's controller. anthony weiner refused to drop out of the race despite he admitted he sent raunchy photos and text messages to women who were not his wife. weiner, he send them after he resigned from congress for doing the same thing and lying about it. the one-time front runner is now in forth place on this primary card, according to a new survey. and now there are questions of whether anthony weiner's connections to hillary clinton could hurt her public presidential run in 2016. anthony weiner's wife is part of hillary clinton's team, and for her part hillary clinton isn't saying anything about the latest scandal. this morning she had breakfast at vice-president joe biden's breakfast, after she lunched with president obama yesterday outside the oval office. jonathan hunt is here. supporters april to be melting away-appear to be melting way. >>
is taking shots at him now, as well. eliot spitzer. no saint himself. we'll have the latest twists and also speak live to his chief opponent coming up. >> plus more political intrigue for you. hillary clinton set to have breakfast with vice president joe biden this morning. they both could be eyeing the presidency in 2016. so everyone in washington is wondering what will they talk about or more importantly not talk about. >> exactly. >> certainly mystery happening in washington of a different sort. who is going around defacing some of the country's moos treasured landmarks? the lincoln memorial was hit, last night the national cathedral was, too. there has been an arrest, but officials are not sure the woman arrested was working alone. we'll have more on that coming up. >> breaking overnight, want to get to a big story. powerful explosions rattling windows 15 miles away. sending huge plumes of fire shooting into the sky. the explosions began just before 11:00 last night and in a blue rhino facility near orlando. alina machado is following the story. >> reporter: there were 53,000 propane cy
's very e legitimate. i think this is actually going to be eliot spitzer's bigger problem there's going to be a lot of people he went after on wall street that are going to be trying to get back at him and try to defeat him. there are a lot of people that believe he went after them in an unjustified way. bloomberg would agree with that as well. i do think that this will be an issue at the end of the day. i think he still wins, but this is a very legitimate issue. wall street brings in so much money for new york city. it's at the heart of its tax base. it funds so many programs. it it it keeps schools open that would normally be closed if wall street weren't there. look at detroit and that's basically what happens when you have the heart of a city ripped out. i'm not saying that's bha -- i'm not saying that's what spitzer wants to do. i'm just saying everybody hates wall street. but in new york city, that's the heart of your tax base and that's why the city runs as well as it does as far as all of that revenue going in there. it is a delicate balance. >> delicate is the right word becaus
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studio audience edition of hannity. you want to talk about anthony weiner and eliot spitzer. >> i do want to talk about eliot spitzer. he was prosecute d. we do deserve better from our elected leaders. we deserve elected leaders who aren't going to try to legislate our lives or women's bodies. there are differences, when it was so hard to watch my friend huma stand up there, her lip was shivering. stand by her man. the republicans who try to legislate women's bodies and at the same time are being. >> when you talk about anthony weiner, he's a liar, he lied to his wife, to the american people repeatedly. he's a liar, he should not be able to get away with that. he's been given too many chances. if he's going to lie about this, what else is it going to say -- is this the guy we want talking to us, lecturing us now about obama care, a guy who lied about this? what does it say about the people who -- >> it should be easier for him to get elected in. >> they don't have morals as a high priority. once you hold yourself out as a public figure, you need to really look about and think about decisi
it's partisan. sometimes it's hypocritical. but they said that eliot spitzer was the kim kardashian of new york politics, he should get out of the race for comptroller because of his sex scandal, which would have left one person in the race, ceasing to be a race. i don't know what's going on over in midtown at "the new york times" office, but they are confused on this one and they've been inconsistent. i think that's glaring. >> could i add -- >> sam stein, aren't you glad that we have an actual shrink here and a professional to answer? because if she wasn't here you were going to get all those questions about the picture. but listen, we're going to take a break -- >> it's torturous. >> we're going to take a break right now. we're going to come back with more on this. we're going to actually go to the story of standing by her man. we're going to have more on this situation and anthony weiner's wife and her choice to support her scandal-plagued husband. and bill o'reilly is in the "rewrite" tonight for joining that clown chorus that says trayvon martin looked suspicious because he wa
jones, scott stringer in a race himself against eliot spitzer. i want to start on a lighter note before we get to that with the rebranding of the royals. tonight we learn the name of the newborn son of prince william and kate. he is hrh prince george. to answer that victoria arbor. victoria, we saw on royals 2.0 yesterday, drive themselves away, accessible with the crowd. we understand there is no nanny at home, one housekeeper and something in the name that tells us this is new age of royals. >> we're seeing william put a stamp on how he intends to move forward. these are traditional names, family names but not immediately all associated with familiar royals, so that way he's giving his child it's own identity there is six previous king georges, the saint of england is george. charles's middle name is george. when we get to alexander, three kings of scotland named alexander and that's where william and kate met. the queen's name is alexandria. a tribute to her. william is the most pointed for william and his father charles. baton was charles' most beloved grand uncle i saa sass nated i
with the clintons. i want to point out as well today's "new york post" reports that eliot spitzer's wife is going to divorce him so the stand by your man routine might not be continuing in the future and who knows what's going to happen after he loses the race. he probably won't drop out. you don't know what would happen with the marriage after the race. >> wouldn't be surprised if she divorced him. >> speaking of stand by your marin, you know in the mid-'90s when clinton was going through all this, the tammy wynette was outraged that hillary clinton said, you know, i'm not a stand by your man tammy wynette kind of person. tammy wynette took it personally. >> oh, really? >> something we didn't know. [ laughter ] >> thank you, melissa griffin for joining us this morning. >>> britain's prince harry says he already knows his place in royal baby george's life. >> and like all good uncles, harry says he will be the fun one. harry said yesterday that the new prince was crying his eyes out when they first met. maybe that's why he mentioned his babysitting charges would be expensive. harry says he is ex
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the ability of the united states to pay its bills. >> you know eliot spitzer, i'm assuming. you know a lot of the same people, i'm assuming. he knows a lot about wall street. he's running for city comptroller in new york. what do you think? >> i actually don't know eliot spitzer very well. >> do you think from his qualifications he seems like a guy that ought to be able to handle new york city and wall street? >> i'm going to concentrate on national politics, not on new york politics. >> on that note, you won't even do national politics. thank you for joining me, treasury secretary jack lew. >>> when we return, republican infighting over snowden, nsa spying, and who should be the standard bearer in 2016? congressman pete king, who is eyeing that house on pennsylvania avenue, is next. ry" "that starts with one of the world's most advanced distribution systems," "and one of the most efficient trucking networks," "with safe, experienced drivers." "we work directly with manufacturers," "eliminating costly markups," "and buy directly from local farmers in every region of the country." "when you
to what was expected of me. >> eliot spitzer who resigned as new york governor after caught patronizing an upscale prostitution ring is currently running for new york city comptroller. earlier this year, former south carolina governor mark sanford won a congressional seat after a highly publicized extramarital affair. >> i stand before you with a whole new appreciation indeed for a god of second chances. >> a new series of sexually charged messages could kill weiner's political aspirations once and for all. on tuesday, weiner was back in familiar territory, taking heat for his bad behavior. this time with wife huma by his side. >> i love him, i have forgiven him, i believe in him. >> if that sounds familiar, maybe because she's taking a cue from her monitor. >> i am not sitting here one woman stand by my man. i am sitting here because i love him, i respect him, i honor what he has been through, what we have been through together. >> clinton may have survived his affair with monica lewinsky. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman. >> becoming a respected elder statesman of th
later in this show. >> right. >> there's eliot spitzer, i'm willing to sit in judgment of others. >> yeah, it's a tough place for him in particular to sit. and i do think that there's a distinction between the two of them. i don't think it's fair to lump them together. because as far as we know at least eliot spitzer hasn't gone back to his old ways. so -- and he's also not asking for a promotion. so i do think there's a difference there. and he has a record of accomplishment. >> but he had physical carnal sex -- >> he touched somebody. he committed maybe two crimes in the process. one, a currency control crime of withdrawals over $10,000. issues of how much money he withdrawed in cash -- withdrew in cash. and also he engaged in the crime involved with prostitution, which anthony weiner hasn't done. i find it very interesting that people are weighing these things and trying to say one's worse than the other. >> right. >> or clinton's worse than this or he's not worse than clinton. all this stuff. and i'm wondering, have we become more prudish, more conservative? by the way, i don
fellow disgraced eliot spitzer has a message. buddy, it is time. >> you're not going to vote for anthony weiner. can you just say that now? you don't think he should be mayor of new york? >> fair point. that is correct. >> he should not be mayor of new york? >> that is correct. >> we get that from eliot spitzer. here to break this down is jill lawrence, joan walsh, and jed legthen. it is great to have you all here. i want to start out with this. anthony weiner's first event today was mayoral candidate forum small business in the bronx. he gave an opening statement and answered five questions from the panel itself. the clinton question came up. obviously, because his wife huma has worked so closely with secretary of state hillary clinton. they have long-lasting ties there. but the question was if not the clintons, what would it take for you to get out of this race. let me make it clear. i have an enormous respect to the clintons and it should be no intent to disrespect but what i want to make clear is important to forme in this race is what animated me to run. i recognize i am not a perfe
spitzer went through, or weiner, eliot spitzer is in a tight race, has not had the oxygen used up. weiner's point, does it take so much that he falls out of the top two in a race where we have a primary between two people. i assume you have not diagnosed him. and i think one concern here is that we separate, view it at a distance from the diagnosis, somebody talked about whether or not he could be bipolar. that is a very serious diagnosis. >> we all noted that they haven't seen the patients, and all that. but they're left with this behavior, they're doing their best. and we are asking the psychiatrist for their help on this political story, which needs definite psychiatric input. can you help us with the new york voter and the public? and why people see this so differently from actual sex scandals that involved actual touching a human being, like as in the bill clinton case, ari and i have been having trouble, seeing why this outrages people. it seems, especially liberals and democrats who defend it, the bill clintons of the world and others. they are completely horrified by this conduct
as republicans to recruit women candidates this cycle are those three democrats named bob filner, eliot spitzer and anthony weiner. democrats called this theory ludicrous. a spokesman for the democratic senate campaign told slate today "this whole thing shows the republican party have no idea what the women are all about. the birth control access, vawa act. it's about issues, not cable operas in new york city and san diego. john feehery says it's not an opportunity for the republicans to win. the senate and the house, the rnc are spouting this out. they're going for it. >> they have no choice. it will get some legs in terms of people talking about it. it's a good way to turn the war on women that democrats talk about and use it for their own purposes. republicans, but again i think the war on women as framed by the democrats was all about policy. the policies that republicans were pushing. it just so happened there were a number of republicans like todd akin who said things and it was very easy for are democrats to highlight policies around that, policies that republicans had around abortion, a
's still running to for mayor. i still stand what i said to eliot spitzer. >> i've found a wisdom in the public and put my faith and confidence in the capacity of the public in multiple contexts to make its determinations. not only gets it right, but right more often than any other system. stuart: i asked the question, basically is new york a laughingstock, if eliot spitzer is comptroller and he thought that was an insulting question. a big day for apple, a big day for the dow. it will open higher again today and set a record yesterday. are you in the market? well, watch money being made, hopefully by you. this is the place. here we go. this man is about to be the millionth customer. would u mind if i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fiy thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. nobody likes to miss out. that's why ally treats all their customers the same. whether you're the first or the millith. if your bank doesn't think you're special anymore, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male ann
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journal" compared him to eliot spitzer. the paper wrote another "narcissist attempting a political comeback after humiliating his wife." then there its the time line. weiner's latest online sext, a full year after he resigned from congress in disgrace. a week before this gauzy, "people" magazine, profile, quoting huma as saying "anthony has spent every day since then trying to be the best dad and husband he can be." to the clintons, huma is family. bill clinton officiated her marriage to weiner and said if he had a second daughter it would be huma. her mentor, hillary clinton, proved that wives and voters can forgive. >> i am not sitting here some little woman standing by my man. like tammy wynette. >> reporter: weiner seems to be channelling bill clinton. >> i won't stop fighting until the last dog dies. >> i will be there for you until the last dog dies. >> reporter: in the september issue of harper's bazaar headlined "the good wife" huma wrote putting yourself out there comes with a cost. in life as in fiction. >> voters need to see you together up on the stage holding hands. >>
, even after the event that ended his career, he learned nothing. he never heard snapchat. >> well, eliot spitzer spoke out on the campaign trail for new york city comptroller. the former governor telling "the wall street journal" he hasn't been with prostitutes since his fall from grace back in 2008. so game point spitzer, i guess for now. that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> it sounds like something out of a tom chancy novel. the secret cia museum that is closed off to the public. it has cold war relics, micro film cameras, even osama bin laden's personal rifle are on display. only cia employees and guests have been allowed to access it. well that, is until now. nbc's richard engel was given an exclusive inside look. >> reporter: it's the greatest museum you'll never see. and it's filled with secrets. hidden cameras, weapons, decoding machines. >> figuring out how the enma works. >> world war ii when the cia began as the oss, the office of strategic services. ever since, the agency has created tools for spies. not james bond. not maxwell smart. these are for real. vintage
's mayor, but b, if he came in second, he came in second. if he has run for controller like eliot spitzer, and then lost controller, he would never get to run for anything again. this is all of the calculus that i was doing before. he was still doing this stuff before he resigned from congress. he is like hey, did you see the pictures that caused me to resign from congress? which one was your favorite? >> stephanie: i know. he really needs some help. >> and the nerve. i have the same bathroom carpet as the guy. i'm going to get that replaced. >> stephanie: yeah, you tweeted it's time to go shopping. a was the most horrifying thing about the photo. >> yeah. >> stephanie: you alsolate as to how many write-in votes carlos danger gets. >> oh fingers crossed that he comes in second. in the primaries there in new york, if you don't -- if somebody doesn't get 40%, then they have a run off. so hopefully chris quinn can pass that 40% mark because if not, i think the ads that carlos danger's team is putting together, they are going to look a little bit like bond commercials, and i
because you have eliot spitzer running for comptroller, speaking of trust. i am not sure it is becoming a factor in pollinin new york which has as 7-1 advantage for democratic candidates to my either -- well, sully our not. >> he will be overseen, the financial well-being. that is something tha voters should think about. someone that did what he did. now he is going to be managing the finance. something to be considered. lou: let's turn to, if we may, what is going on with senator john mccain. it looks to me like he is trying to lead the republican pay into the abyss. pushing for just immigration reform on any terms when they have achieved it, the seizure of the mantle of on immigration reform with their incremental approach. he should be complemented and followed by the senate. instead senator mccain is pushing the gang of aid approach which is, as the republicans of the house to make clear, not happening. secondly, he was to intervene in syria. what is going on in the publican party? >> it is interesting. i don't think senator mccain is likely t be much of an influence, at least in a
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